when he was accused of conspiring to kill his business partner and
be up to no good.
While he was at the Clark County Detention Center on charges that he
wanted to kill his business partner, and had not been able to post
bail, Deam called the Las Vegas Tribune several times and wanted to
give his side of the story.
As always, the newspaper gave Deam the same opportunity as anyone else
to tell his side of the story and published it on the front page.
Now the Las Vegas Tribune has learned that something is not going
quite right at that bail bond office located on an obscure street in
downtown Las Vegas.
But when we tried to contact Deam to give him the same opportunity
this time that we gave him seven years ago, when he was in the county
jail, he hid behind a big-mouthed female employee and never returned
the newspaper’s telephone call.
The female employee — who claimed to be a “big-mouthed Cuban” —
treated the reporter calling to some of her guff by saying that she is
Cuban and knows “how to break heads in a flash” — but was too afraid
to give her real name.
The reporter learned that while all this telephone drama was taking
place, Deam was sitting in the office trying to learn “step by step”
what was going on and suggested to the “big-mouthed Cuban” to end the
conversation by signaling with his hand to cut off the call.
Back in 2005, Dean abandoned his business partner in El Salvador when
he went to arrest a predator that had jumped bail with them and
escaped to his native El Salvador. His then-partner told the
newspapers at his arrival back in the United States that Deam did not
move a finger to free him and bring him back to the country.
Las Vegas Tribune has learned from an unreliable source that
“something is going on at Deam’s place that does not sound right,” but
it was not at all clear what that might be.
Deam’s bail bond company seems to have several “new clients,” but it
is not clear where they are coming from and how they picked his bail
bond company out of all the companies listed on the Clark County
Detention Center wall.
The source also mentioned that Dean and his staff may be pushing some
of those “new clients” to retain an attorney that is close to him; and
if that is true, he may be putting the attorney in serious trouble
with the State Bar because that is not acceptable by the Bar under its
rules and regulations.
The Cuban “big-mouth” that answered the telephone when the newspaper
tried to talk to Tim Deam may be jeopardizing his bail business by not
letting Deam know that the Las Vegas Tribune wanted to speak with him.
This newspaper has always been on Deam’s side, but that was when he
was accessible to tell his side of the history behind the story, and
to have his story treated fairly by offering up the truth. Now, we
don’t know what to think. But we’re still open to his side of the